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TREMONTON

PROGRAM GUIDE

WINTER/SPRING

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Would you like to be a member of our team? Tremonton parks and recreation is looking for people who are passionate in sports and are looking to make a difference in people’s lives. We are always looking for Volunteers, Program Instructors and Staff Members to serve the community. We are accepting applications for Site Supervisors, Scorekeepers and Officials for the upcoming basketball, spring soccer and volleyball seasons at the Tremonton City Office. If you have experience with these sports please apply. If you would like to add a program to the community, we would love to hear your ideas. We would like to add Arts programs to what we are currently offering. Come Join the Fun at Tremonton Parks and Recreation.

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Community Phone Numbers Public Safety

Emergency...................................................... 911 BR Health Department................................... 257-3318 BR Valley Hospital.......................................... 207-4500 Tremonton Fire Department.......................... 257-9520 Tremonton Police Department....................... 257-9554

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BR Senior Center............................................. 257-9455 Food Pantry..................................................... 257-9530 Tremonton Animal Control............................. 257-9545 Tremonton City Hall........................................ 257-9500 Tremonton City Library................................... 257-9525 Tremonton Parks & Recreation...................... 257-9485 Tremonton Public Works................................ 257-9500

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Community BR Bowling Center.......................................... 257-1997 BR Chamber of Commerce............................. 279-7071 BR Valley Museum......................................... 854-7406 BE County....................................................... 734-3300 BE County Fairgrounds................................... 257-5366   BE School District........................................... 734-4800 Boys & Girls Club............................................ 538-1270 Community Resource Center.......................... 538-1270    Kiwanis Club................................................... 279-4101 Skyway Golf Course....................................... 257-5706 USU Extension................................................ 695-2542 Women’s Civic League.................................... 279-3496

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Information/Policies............................ 4,5 Welcome..............................................6 Volunteer Service Award......................7 Parks.....................................................8,9 Community Events............................... 10-13 Classes................................................. 14,15 Crafts................................................... 16 Library Activities.................................. 17,18 Youth Sports........................................ 20-24 Adult Sports......................................... 26,27 Senior Center Activites........................ 27-29 Calender Events................................... 31

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Information and Policies GENERAL INFORMATION

Good sportsmanship and respect are mandatory in all programs, Participants, coaches, spectators, etc. may be ejected at any time without prior warning if deemed necessary. Harassment of officials, umpires, scorekeepers, supervisors or staff is not tolerated. The use of alcohol or tobacco while participating in Tremonton Recreation programs is not allowed Teams are organized based on the number of players registered at registration deadline. Siblings in the same leagues will be placed together on a team. No other special requests for teams and players will be guaranteed. In non-tournament leagues, players are placed on teams based on their physical address and split as equal as possible depending on grade, gender and the number of coaches in their area. In tournament leagues, players are split into teams as equal as possible by results of evaluations of each participant’s skill level preformed by the coaches at tryouts. It is important all players attend Player Evaluations to ensure teams are divided fairly! All players registered at the registration deadline will be on a team. All late registrations will be randomly placed on a team by the parks and recreation staff until the league is full. Youth must enroll in their current grade or age in youth programs. Enrolling in a higher or lower division will not be allowed. Participants must be at least 16 years old to participate in adult programs. Any person under 18 playing in an adult sports program must have parent’s signature and permission. All participants are highly encouraged to have their own insurance policy. Tremonton City is not responsible for any injuries that occur during our programs. All fields used for private use need to be scheduled through Tremonton City and all fees need to be paid in advance. Any concert or special event must be cleared through the city council before the stage or park will be considered reserved. No outside work may be preformed on ball diamonds or parks (hand rakes are allowed). The use of bounce houses, trampolines or other such devices is not allowed in city parks. Tremonton Recreation is the final authority in all situations and circumstances.

HOLIDAY CLOSURES Tremonton City Office is open from 9 am to 5 pm on all business days and will be closed for business on holidays and weekends. Sporting Events, Classes, Camps, and Community Events may occur on a holiday if necessary.

CHANGES & ERRORS We strive to produce the most accurate guide possible. However, some program information may have changed after this guide has gone to print. We apologize for any errors in the brochure and encourage you to visit www.tremontoncity.org for the most up-todate information as possible. We’re always interested in knowing how we can make this publication better. If you have comments or questions, contact Zach LeFevre, 435-257-9487 or zlefevre@tremontoncity.com

PHOTOGRAPHS The Tremonton City takes videotape or photographs of people enjoying our parks or facilities. Photographs may be used for promotional purposes and are used at the discretion of and become the property of Tremonton City. Should you not want photographs of your child utilized for publications, please let our staff or your instructor know. Got a good photo? We are looking for photos of recreation programs and participants for future guides. If you have photos that you would like to share with us, please e-mail them to zlefevre@tremontoncity.com. A photo credit will be given, so be sure to include your name and/or business.


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Visit www.tremontoncity.org for detailed info on available positions to join the Tremonton City team. If you are an independent contractor interested in offering a class, call to inquire for a program proposal packet. Visit our website or call 435-257-9486. Applications are available at the Tremonton City Office for Umpires/Referees, Site supervisors, Scorekeepers.

INCLEMENT WEATHER The safety of program participants is a prime consideration when determining if programs should be cancelled due to inclement weather. Please call the Rainout Hotline, 435-257-9489 no more than 1 hour prior to you scheduled game time to verify status of afternoon, evening or weekend activities.

CREDITS Cover: MACFARLANE PHOTOGRAPHY; Editor: Zach LeFevre; Design & Layout: Yes! Printing.

ADVERTISING Community business advertising is provided to offset the publishing costs of this brochure. Tremonton City does not sponsor or endorse the activity and/or information contained in community ads. If your business is interested in placing an ad, please contact Yes! Printing at 435-239-7530.

REGISTRATION POLICIES

Advance registration and payment is required. Please register early; classes will be canceled 2 days before the start date if registration is insufficient. Fees include state and local sales tax, where applicable. All activities, dates and fees are subject to change. Participation is voluntary and participants agree to assume responsibility for any injury or damage to person or property. A registration form must be completely filled out and signed by a custodial parent or legal guardian for each participant under 18 years old.

LATE FEE & POLICIES PAYMENT Class registration is available with cash, check or credit card. A $5 fee will be assessed for all late registrations for youth programs. A $25 fee will be assessed for all late registrations for Adult Programs. Late registrations will be accepted on a first come, spaceavailability basis. When teams are established, individuals who register late will be placed on a waiting list and added to rosters based on availability. Returned checks are assessed a $25 fee.

REFUNDS Cancelled Program: If a program is cancelled by the Parks & Recreation Department, the registrant will receive a full refund. Refund Requests: Refund requests may be made to the department by phone or in person, stating the reason for the request. All participant refund requests are assessed a $5 administrative fee per registration. A full refund will be offered while the program registration period is still open. A 50% refund will be offered after registration has closed until the start of the program. After the program has begun, no refund will be offered.

Register for Youth and Adult Programs or Events visit our website www.TremontonCity.com/parks-and-recreation or in person at the Tremonton City Office 102 South Tremont Street 435-257-9485


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Welcome

Parks & Recreation Mission Statement

A message to the Community:

To provide a fun and safe environment for both youth and adults to recreate, educate and enjoy quality leisure time. We strive to enhance and better our community by offering more!

As the warm months are coming to an end, it is a great time to reflect on the busy summer that was, as well as look ahead at what we can do to keep ourselves busy and active during the cold winter months. While preparing this program guide, the Parks and Recreation staff was able to look back at the past six months and reminisce on the fun programs that we offered the community to help bring us together. Our focus this year was to add programs that weren’t already offered in the Bear River Valley, to give a variety of programs for you to enjoy with your families, neighbors and friends. While we continue to offer the traditional sports for you and your children to enjoy such as basketball, baseball, soccer and flag football, we also wanted to add more. For example, we were able to collaborate with the BRHS Girls Tennis team to teach youth tennis classes. It was a fundraiser for them, and it helped 33 kids in the valley improve on their tennis skills. We added a specialized speed camp to give those who want to get faster and stronger knowledge of what they can work on at home. We also partnered with the instructors at Tanglewood studios to offer summer classes on tumbling, music, karate, and more. One of my favorite classes that we added was a robotics class, where Chris Rees taught the youth how to build and program a rover. They learned the skills, and then they got to take the rover home at the end of the class. Community events are becoming a bigger focus for the Parks and Recreation Department. There are two types of events that we can offer; programmed events that are held on a scheduled date and time, and leisure events that you can enjoy at your leisure. An example of a new programmed event we added this year was the Daddy Daughter Dance. The dance was well attended, and those who participated were able to build relationships with their loved ones, while having fun. For the leisure program, we sponsored 3 “brag tags” for the Chamber’s Play Unplugged event. It was fun to see the community participate in that program. As we continue to add programs, we would like to ask your input on what other programs you would like to see us add in the future. Email me at mchristensen@tremontoncity.com with your ideas, and we can collaborate together to add more.

See you at the activities!

Marc Christensen Community Services Director

Marc Christensen Community Service Director

mchristensen@tremontoncity.com

435-257-9486

Lynn Green

Zach LeFevre

Parks Superintendent

Recreation & Events Coordinator

435-257-9485

435-257-9487

lgreen@tremontoncity.com

zlefevre@tremontoncity.com

Nicole Johnson

Kirsti Christensen

Recreation Receptionist

Youth Sports Coordinator

435-257-9485

435-257-9484

recreation@tremontoncity.com

recreation@tremontoncity.com


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Volunteer Service Award

Bill and Caroline Bourgeous

Bill and Caroline met in Logan while they were attending school at Utah State University. They were married in the Logan LDS Temple in 2002, and worked to finish both of their degrees. Caroline taught school for a short time until Bill finished up an Engineering degree. Afterword they moved to Tremonton so Bill could begin work at Autoliv. “We have loved living in Tremonton for the past 10 years,” they said. “We have three boys and two girls with ages ranging 3 - 12. When our oldest son wanted to try out sports we were super excited, but when asked to coach we both felt inadequate but thought we would give it a try. We now take turns coaching the many different sports offered in our town and have great experiences coaching in this community.” Their oldest son Reed started playing sports in Lil’ Cubs Soccer when he was 5, and they have coached ever since then, he is now 12. They now have four children that play various sports including soccer, wrestling, T-ball, basketball and flag football. “As parents, we decided we wanted our kids exposed to all the traditional sports. I love basketball, where Bill is more of a soccer fan and didn’t play much sports growing up, but has learned a lot through coaching and working with our kids. Sometime it is difficult to balance multiple sports, work, school, church and family events with coaching so we usually volunteer to coach just one team per season.” Bill and Caroline alternate who coaches and who supports. Inevitable there are times when they know they will miss games and parents have always helped cover the gaps when asked. “After covering for us one dad commented how much fun it was and that he was going to coach the next season,” said Caroline. “We are amazed with the youth of this community. We love the excitement (sometimes just for the treats) and enjoy getting to know the kids our children play with. It is fun running into a former team mate and seeing how much they have grown! We really appreciate this program and how it exposes the youth to the basic skills and teaches team work. We are very grateful for the coaches who have coached our kids. We know it takes a village to raise a child and we love that our children have learned to listen and follow directions from other coaches who are giving of their time. It is great to win but at the core, we love to see other adults teach values, hard work and respect to our children through sports.” Thank you Bill and Caroline. The service you offer and time you give to the youth of this community is noticed and appreciated. If you would like to become involved as a volunteer coach, event staff, or have a project you would like to present, Contact Marc Christensen at 435-257-9486 or email at mchristensen@tremontoncity.com or talk with any of the Tremonton Parks and Recreation Staff for more information.


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Tremonton’s park system includes nine parks, 34 acres of open space, seven ball diamonds, three boweries and two outdoor public stages. Our parks offer a wide range of recreational facilities, including sports courts, athletic fields, splash pad, a skate park, playgrounds and large open play areas, as well as nature trails. Reservations are not necessary for general use of our parks. However, the following outdoor park facilities may be reserved for private functions. Rental fees are due at the time of reservation. Online park reservations begin Jan. 4, for Tremonton residents. Open registration begins Jan. 11. Park hours are dawn to dusk. For more information or to make reservations visit www.tremontoncity.org or call 435-257-9485.


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Community Events

Welcome to Tremonton Parks and Recreation’s Family Recreation. It is through this program that we hope to draw families closer together. This program is designed to inform and/or re-inform families of the activities and ideas available to them, giving countless opportunities to interact. We started this program with the age old notion that, “A family that plays together, stays together.” We believe that not only is this true, but family recreation can provide the foundation for a healthy community. We hope you and your family will enjoy the program.

Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run and Food Drive Fight the war on hunger that is real not only around the world, but in our back yard here in the Bear River Valley. Help us come together as families and as a community during the Thanksgiving holiday and help those in need. Dress up in your favorite Holiday costume and Come Join the Fun! Awards given to the top 3 placers in each division including the 10 and under 1 mile Tot Trot. Day Date Time Fee Location Saturday Nov. 12 10 am Food Donation Food Pantry *Registration on race day only, opens @ 9:15 am

Tremonton Lights: Christmas Light Show Tremonton Lights has brought people from all over Northern Utah and Southern Idaho to witness this Christmas Light show and to help get them in the Christmas Spirit. Make sure to tune into the advertised radio station to watch the lights dance to the music. Feel free to send a letter to Santa in the mail box he has left us in charge of checking for him. Day Nightly

Dates Time Fee Nov. 23 – Jan. 2 5:30 pm - 12 am

Location Free

Food Pantry Parking Lot


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Holiday Extravaganza

Food Trucks

Candy Cane Hunt

Smores Hot Cocoa Tremonton Lights Horse Drawn Carriage

Santa Do your Holiday Shopping in town on Small Business Saturday an get special deals and savings from our local small businesses


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Bear River Valley Hospital Foundation hosts

The 7 th annual Jubilee of Trees November 15-18, 2016 event for Bear River Valley Hospital. This event features beautiful, fully-decorated Christmas trees and Holiday décor auctioned through silent bids

2016 Jubil ee o f T rees

Holiday Dinner Kickoff - Tuesday, Nov. 15, 6:30 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are $40 per person and must be purchased in advance. Rod Zundel will emcee and Fat Old Guys will perform. Reserve your tickets by contacting Chad Hunt, foundation representative, at (435) 207-4714, or by going online to bearriverhospital.org/jubilee.

Silent Auction - Wednesday, Nov. 16, to Friday, Nov. 18, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., 5 - 8 p.m. A new mobile bidding service will be used for this year’s auction to help keep bidders up to date on their auction items. Auction bids will open Wednesday morning at 11 a.m., and close Friday at 8 p.m. Trees will be delivered Saturday afternoon or by appointment. Performances by local talent will be hosted Wednesday evening.

Memorial Night - Thursday, Nov. 17, 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to share in “An Evening of Remembrance,” a memorial program to help remember those who have gone before us. Everyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

Lunch and Santa Claus- Friday, Nov. 18, Lunch 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Santa 6 - 8 p.m. Launch the holidays with a lunch with meaning — helping your community live a healthy life. Lunch amongst the trees for $10 per person. Then bring the kids in the evening to enjoy milk and cookies with Santa.

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Tremonton Jr. Jazz night is Saturday, Jan. 14, as our Utah Jazz take on the Orlando Magic. This will be an exciting year for the Jazz as they were one game away from the playoffs last year and their young roster continues to get better and better. All tickets include a FREE hotdog and Drink at Vivant Smart Home Arena. Day Saturday

Date Jan. 14

Time 7 pm

Fee $15/Ticket

Location Vivant Smart Home Arena

*Tickets go on Sale Oct. 1 @ the Tremonton City Office

Daddy Daughter Dance The 2nd annual Daddy/Daughter Dance. Fathers and daughters of all ages are invited for an evening of refreshments and entertainment they’ll never forget. This exciting event includes a live DJ, dessert buffet, and commemorative keepsake photo. Father figures welcomed. Best dress attire. Advanced ticket purchase necessary. *$5.00 for each additional daughter Day Saturday

Date Feb. 4

Time Fee 5:30 – 7:30 pm $20/Couple*

Deadline Feb. 1

Location Fair Grounds

Daddy Daughter Dance Save the Date Saturday, February 4 5:30 - 7:30 pm Fairgrounds Events Building $20 per couple + $5 each additional daughter

An elegant evening for Fathers and Daughters of all ages that they'll never forget. Live DJ, dessert buffet, and commemorative keepsake photo. Father figures welcomed. Best dress attire.


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Youth Volleyball

Girls Club Volleyball tournament. Come support our local Bears Club team as they take on talent from Utah and surrounding states. For more information call 435-257-9485. Date Feb. 17-18

Location Fair Grounds + NAT

Pickleball Super Slam The fastest growing sport in America! Pickleball is a multi-generational sport for both the young and the young at heart. All players are guaranteed 15 games with 15 different partners at your same skill level on 4 courts in 4 hours. Participants will play twice as many games than any other format in half the time. Date

Format

Divisions

Fee

Location

Feb. 11

Round Robin With Medal Match

2.5 - 3.0, 3.5 - 4.0

$20

Fairgrounds

Utah Jazz Fun Shot Competition All boys and girls currently in 3rd - 12th grade are invited to participate. Participants will each get 1 minute (2 rounds) to see how many points they can score from various “spots” on the floor. Each round scored and tallied. All 1st and 2nd place winners in each division will be able to advance to the regional competition and compete. The winners of each age group at the regional competition will advance to the Finals to compete against kids from all over Utah, Southern Idaho, and Western Wyoming at Vivant Smart Home Arena prior to a Utah Jazz game. Finals participants and parents will also receive free tickets to the Utah Jazz game that same day. Grades

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Location

3 – 4 Graders Thursday

Jan. 12

3:30 pm

FREE

Fairgrounds

5 – 12 Graders Thursday

Jan. 12

4:30 pm

FREE

Fairgrounds

*Register upon arrival at the event

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Classes Needle Club

Tatting, crochet, knitting, embroidery. Any and all that do needle work or want to learn are welcome to attend. Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Adults 16+

Thursdays

4 – 6 pm

FREE

Tremonton Library

Cooking Classes Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Adult 16+

Saturday

4 pm

$5*

Senior Center

Oct. 15 - Sugar Cookies Cooking Class Nov. 19 - Pumpkin Wonton Cooking Class Jan. 14 - Cooking Class Feb. 11 - Valentine Sugar Cookie Class March 18 - Eclair Cooking Class *Cost vary with each class.

Computer Classes Beginner Computer

Very basics - typing, using mouse, turning on and Word. Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Adult 16+

Tuesdays

6 – 8 pm

FREE

Senior Center

Adult 16+

Thursdays

9 – 11 am

FREE

Senior Center

Advanced Computer Dive into learning specific programs based on what students want to learn. Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Adult 16+

Tuesdays

9 – 11 am

FREE

Senior Center

Computer Help with Anything Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Adult 16+

Wednesdays

9 – 11 am

FREE

Senior Center


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Concealed Firearm Permit Class This one class qualifies you to apply for the Utah Concealed Firearm Permit and allows you to carry concealed in 35+ states. Students can expect to learn more about firearm and self defense laws than most will learn in a lifetime. This course will be instructed by Tom Austin Ages

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Location

20+ on date of class

Thursday

Dec. 15

5:30-9 pm

$50

Public Works Building

*Includes class material, passport photo and permit application. Tremonton Residents receive free fingerprinting at the police department. Does not include permit fee.

Robotics Class Introduction to Robotics In this class, Students will learn the basics of input and output, become familiar Arduino chips and different sensors. This course is required for the advanced robotics class.

Ages

Date

Time

Location

8 yrs - Adult

Feb 27, 28

4-6 pm

Senior Center

Advanced Robotics In this class, students will build on the knowledge gained in the introduction class. Students will learn programing code, build a rover and talk with it to navigate an obstacle course.

This course will be Instructed by Chris Rees Ages

Dates

8 yrs - Adult

March 2-4

Time 4-6 pm

Location Senior Center

(Ages 8-12 must be accompanied by an adult, adults are encouraged to attend with all children) More Information to come.


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Crafts Halloween Kids Craft Day

There will be children’s Halloween crafts available all da Age

Day

Children 0-11 Friday

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Oct. 21

All Day

FREE

Tremonton Library

Thanksgiving Kids Craft Day

Thanksgiving Children’s crafts will be available all day at the library. Age

Day

Children 0-11 Friday

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Nov. 18

All Day

FREE

Tremonton Library

Teen Christmas Craft

Teens visit the Tremonton Library to make an Ornament Craft to decorate our library Christmas tree, also make one to take home. Age

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Teens 11-18

Fri/Sat

Dec. 9-10

All Day

FREE

Tremonton Library

St. Patrick’s Craft and Activity Day

Children can come to the library to participate in crafts and a fun St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun and Treasure search! Age

Day

Children 0-11 Friday

Date

Time

Fee

Location

March 17

All Day

FREE

Tremonton Library

Adult Holiday Craft Come create a “Home” wood craft with interchangeable holiday decorations to have in the O of HOME. There are two sizes. This will be done in 4 classes, the next 3 classes will be announced at a later time. All supplies included. Age

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Adults 16+

Saturday

Jan. 21

4 p.m.

$30-40

Senior Center


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Library Activities

210 North Tremont Street, Tremonton, UT 84337 435-257-9525

All Box Elder County residents or people owning property in Box Elder may receive a Bear River Valley Consortium card, free of charge. The card is valid at the Tremonton and Garland City Libraries.

Story Hour Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Children 0-11

Every Friday

10 am

FREE

Tremonton Library

Fee

Location

5 – 7 pm

FREE

Drawing Night

Learn new drawing skills with Gary Brantner. Age

Day

Time

Adults 16+

1st Friday of Month

Tremonton Library

International Game Day

Teens are invited to Tremonton Library for an afternoon of playing Board Games and Video Games. Refreshments provided! Age

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Teens 11-18

Saturday

Nov. 12

12 – 2 pm

FREE

Tremonton Library

Night Children can come dressed as Whos for a special How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Grinchy crafts will be available and children will have the opportunity to meet the Grinch. Age

Children 0-11

Day Monday

Date

Dec. 12

Time

6 – 8 pm

Fee FREE

Location Tremonton Library


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Tailored for girls, Come join us for fairy fun, activities, and a treat. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Age

Day

Date

Time

Deadline

Fee

Location

Children 0-11

Saturday

Jan. 28

2 – 4 pm

Jan. 25

$2

Senior Center

*Tickets go on sale January 2. Space is limited and fills up fast. Tickets available at the Tremonton Library

Constructing Kids

Geared toward boys. Come join us in constructing your own fun, with a few activities, and enjoy a special treat. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Age

Day

Date

Time

Deadline

Fee

Location

Children 0-11

Saturday

Feb. 25

2 – 4 pm

Feb. 22

$2

Senior Center

*Tickets go on sale Feb 6. Space is limited and fills up fast. Tickets available at the Tremonton Library

Teen Tech Week

A Week dedicated to connect Teens and Libraries, and encourage Teens to make use of the Library’s nonprint resources. Visit the Tremonton Library during this week to participate in our Green Screen Movie Making Project. Age

Date

Fee

Location

Teens 11-18

March 6-11

FREE

Tremonton Library

Birthday Celebration

Children can participate in a fun Dr. Seuss story time and Dr. Seuss activities and crafts in the library meeting room all day! Age

Day

Date

Time

Deadline

Fee

Location

Children 0-11

Friday

March 17

All Day

Feb. 22

Free

Tremonton Library

*Tickets go on sale Feb 6. Space is limited and fills up fast. Tickets available at the Tremonton Library

Family Game/Pizza/Bingo Night

Fun for the entire family. Enjoy a fun evening eating pizza and playing board games. We will also play bingo with prizes. Age

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Family Saturday April 15 6 - 8 pm $10/Family (4 people) Senior Center $1 extra for each additional member Sign-up @ Tremonton Library starting March 15. *Must be Signed up and money paid to attend.


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Youth Sports Our instructional youth programs encourage fun, personal excellence and sportsmanship while building our participants into total athletes, strengthening them mentally, athletically, emotionally and socially. All players will receive equal playing time and be given the opportunity to play different positions. Respect for plays, coaches and officials is required. If your child loves playing soccer or basketball, or if they just want to try something new like bowling, we have a program for you. If there is a program we are missing you would like to see offered, let us know. We are always looking for new programs to add. For more information or to suggest a program call 435-257-9485.

All-Ball Camp

FUNdamental All-Ball Camp This camp is designed for your youngest athletes and structured to introduce them to sports. Each week we will introduce a new sport to play giving them a taste of the upcoming sports as they progress through our unique leagues that are designed to progress as they do. Age

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Sessions

Fee

Location

3-4 Yrs

Tuesday

1 pm

Nov. 1

Nov. 22

4

$10

Fairgrounds

*Must turn 4 as of September 2, 2017

JR. JAZZ Basketball

Jr. Jazz, the longest-running youth basketball league in the NBA, has been shaping the face of local amateur sports since 1983. Jr. Jazz emphasizes the development of teamwork and fundamental basketball skills, accompanied by positive adult participation.

Instructional Leagues FUNdamental Basketball This class is less structured and designed to introduce children to basketball in a fun exciting way. Our FUNdamental classes teach the very basic skills through fun games along with building coordination, balance, confidence and learning to play with other children. Session 1 Age

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Sessions

Fee

Location

4-5 Yrs

Tuesday

10 am

Nov. 1

Nov. 22

4

$10

Fairgrounds

*Must turn 5 as of September 2, 2017


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Session 2 Age

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Sessions

Fee

Location

4-5 Yrs

Tuesday

12 pm

Nov. 1

Nov. 22

4

$10

Fairgrounds

*Must turn 5 as of September 2, 2017

IttyBitty Basketball Where our younger hoopsters learn about the sport and simple fundamentals of basketball and to most importantly, have fun! Participants will learn together and be split into teams to learn to work together. In IttyBitty ball, coaches teach skills and drills necessary to the sport at stations each week. Teams will wait until the last 2 weeks to scrimmage so they can focus on learning. Grade

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Sessions

Fee

Location

Kindergarten

Tuesday

Evenings

Nov. 1

Nov. 22

6

$25

Fairgrounds

*Must turn 6 as of September 2, 2017 **Shirt and Basketball are included

Lil’ Cubs Basketball This league for 1st and 2nd graders has practice and a game combined each week to help kids learn a new basic skill and most importantly, have fun with their teammates! League and teams will play with a smaller ball and lowered baskets. Grades

Days

Grade 1 – 2 Coed Saturday

Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Mornings

Nov. 1

Dec. 3

6

$20

Garland Elementary

*Jr. Jazz Jersey required ** Includes Award

Developmental Leagues Our Developmental Leagues are the next step in your child’s sports progression. They are designed to refine the basic sports skills they have learned in the Instructional Leagues. Score is kept but standings are not. We play with unique rules modified to allow equal playing time for all participants and allow all an opportunity to better their skills. Teams are formed by location to coaches. *Coaches are needed for this league, Please don’t assume someone else will do it. Parents we need you! Coaching only requires 2 hours a week and some time spent to organize and communicate with your team. If you could donate a couple of hours each week, please sign up to be the coach for your child’s team. There is no experience needed, we just ask you to encourage fair play, team work and fun. Please note that all volunteer coaches will be required to submit to a background check Grades

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Grade 3 Boys

Saturday

Mornings

Nov. 1

Dec. 3

8

$35

Fairgrounds

Grade 4 Boys

Saturday

Mornings

Nov. 1

Dec. 3

8

$35

Fairgrounds

Grade 3 - 5 Girls Saturday *Jr. Jazz Jersey required

Mornings

Nov. 1

Dec. 3

8

$35

Fairgrounds

** Includes Practices, Award & Fun Shot Competition


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Tournament leagues are designed to introduce the youth to the rules that are being played in High School Sports. They are more competitive recreational leagues where standings are kept and include a post season tournament. Good Sportsmanship and skill development are high priority. Player evaluations are preformed to ensure teams are formed as equal as possible for the fairness and enjoyment of all involved in the league. Please plan on attending these player evaluations to ensure equal teams. *Coaches are needed for this league, Please don’t assume someone else will do it. Parents we need you! Coaching only requires 2 hours a week and some time spent to organize and communicate with your team. If you could donate a couple of hours each week, please sign up to be the coach for your child’s team. There is no experience needed, we just ask you to encourage fair play, team work and fun. Please note that all volunteer coaches will be required to submit to a background check Grades

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Grade 5-6 Boys

Saturday

Mornings

Dec. 1

Jan. 7

8

$52

School Gyms

*Includes Jr. Jazz Jersey, Practices, Post season Tournament, Utah Jazz Game Ticket, & Fun Shot Competition ** Player Evaluation/Draft: December 15, 6 pm at the Fair Grounds Grades

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Grade 7-8 Boys

Saturday

Mornings

Dec. 1

Jan. 7

8

$52

School Gyms

*Includes Jr. Jazz Jersey, Practices, Post season Tournament, Utah Jazz Game Ticket, & Fun Shot Competition ** Player Evaluation/Draft: December 15, 8 pm at the Fair Grounds Grades

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Grade 6-8 Girls

Saturday

Mornings

Dec. 1

Jan. 7

8

$52

School Gyms

*Includes Jr. Jazz Jersey, Practices, Post season Tournament, Utah Jazz Game Ticket, & Fun Shot Competition ** Player Evaluation/Draft: December 14, 6 pm at the Fair Grounds Grades

Days

Grade 9-12 Coed Saturday

Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Mornings

Dec.

Jan. 7

8

$52

School Gyms

*Includes Jr. Jazz Jersey, Practices, Post season Tournament, Utah Jazz Game Ticket, & Fun Shot Competition ** Player Evaluation/Draft: December 14, 8 pm at the Fair Grounds

Bowling

Participants will learn how to bowl, keep score, play tournaments, make friends and HAVE FUN. All youth ages 8-18 are invited to participate. Instructor: Bowling Center Employees Ages

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

8-18 Yrs

Tuesdays

4 pm

Jan. 6

Jan. 10

8

$40

BR Bowling Center

*Optional T-Shirt available for $5


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Karate

KARATE is not just a Martial Art. It is a fun way for both boys and girls to achieve fitness and focus. The martial arts help teach self-discipline and socialization skills. In this 8 week course participants will learn basic self-defense tactics and positions. It will cover basic fundamentals such as: punching, kicking, stance and defenses. It will instill greater self-esteem, self-confidence, selfdiscipline, and control plus it is a great way to stay in shape. Instructor: Tremonton Recreation Employees Ages

Days

Time

6-12 Yrs

Wednesday Evenings

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

Jan. 30

Feb. 1

8

$40

Public Works Bldg

*Shirt Included

Spring Soccer

The world’s most popular sport continues to grow at the youth level in the United States. Our youth soccer program will introduce young athletes to the game at an early age and quickly enable them to build their skills, speed, strength, and stamina. Our youth soccer leagues emphasize total player development, the building of team dynamics, and healthy competition. Specially designed game rules ensure that individual players get more touches with the ball and more opportunities to learn, grow, and succeed on the field.

Instructional Leagues Fundamental Soccer This level focuses on introducing the game and basic skills of the game through drills and fun activities. The focus remains on fun for the kids with team organization and basic skills being taught for the entire period. Session 1 Ages

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Sessions

Fee

Location

3-4 Yrs

Tuesdays

10 am

March 22

April 4

4

$10

Stevens Park

*Must turn 4 by Sept. 2 2017 Session 2 Ages

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Sessions

Fee

Location

3-4 Yrs

Tuesdays

1 pm

March 22

April 4

4

$10

Stevens Park

*Must turn 4 by Sept. 2 2017

Lil’ Cubs Soccer This league for 1st and 2nd graders has practice and a game combined each week to help kids learn a new basic skill and most importantly, have fun with their teammates! Ages

Days

Time

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

4-5 Yrs

Tuesdays

Evenings

March 1

March 28

6

$25

Meadow Park

*Must turn 5 by Sept. 2 2017 ** Includes Shirt and Award


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Come Join the Fun! Developmental Leagues Our Developmental Leagues are the next step in your child’s sports progression. They are designed to refine the basic sports skills they have learned in the Instructional Leagues. Score is kept but standings are not. We play with unique rules modified to allow equal playing time for all participants and allow all an opportunity to better their skills. Teams are formed by location to coaches.

*Coaches are needed for this league, Please don’t assume someone else will do it. Parents we need you! Coaching only requires 2 hours a week and some time spent to organize and communicate with your team. If you could donate a couple of hours each week, please sign up to be the coach for your child’s team. There is no experience needed, we just ask you to encourage fair play, team work and fun. Please note that all volunteer coaches will be required to submit to a background check

Grades

Days and Times

K-1 Girls

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Thurs. Evenings & Sat. Morning March 1

March 30

8

$20

Meadow Park

K-1 Boys

Wed. Evenings & Sat. Morning March 1

April 1

8

$20

Meadow Park

2-3 Girls

Thurs. Evening & Sat. Morning

March 1

March 30

8

$20

Stevens Park

2-3 Boys

Wed. Evening & Sat. Morning

March 1

April 1

8

$20

Stevens Park

*Includes Award

Tournament League Tournament leagues are designed to introduce the youth to the rules that are being played in High School Sports. They are more competitive recreational leagues where standings are kept and include a post season tournament. Good Sportsmanship and skill development are high priority. Player evaluations are preformed to ensure teams are formed as equal as possible for the fairness and enjoyment of all involved in the league. Please plan on attending these player evaluations to ensure equal teams. *Coaches are needed for this league, Please don’t assume someone else will do it. Parents we need you! Coaching only requires 2 hours a week and some time spent to organize and communicate with your team. If you could donate a couple of hours each week, please sign up to be the coach for your child’s team. There is no experience needed, we just ask you to encourage fair play, team work and fun. Please note that all volunteer coaches will be required to submit to a background check

Grades

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Grade 4-5

Wed. Evenings & Sat. Mornings

March 1

April 5

8

$20

Stevens Park

Start

Games

Fee

Location

$20

Stevens Park

*Player Evaluation/Draft: March 17, 5:15 pm @ Stevens Park **Includes Shirt & Post Season Tournament Grades

Days and Time

Deadline

Entering 6-8

Thurs. Evenings & Sat. Mornings March 1

*Player Evaluation/Draft: March 16, 6 pm @ Stevens Park **Includes Shirt & Post Season Tournament

March 30 8


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Adult Sports Open Gym Sports Night

Tell your friends to come join you at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds Event Center for some basketball, volleyball or pickleball. Open every Tuesday night November 1 - December 20, from 7-9 pm. Cost is Free. Days

Date

Time

Fee

Location

Tuesdays

Nov. 1 - Dec. 20

7-9 pm

Free

Fairgrounds

Women’s Volleyball

Looking for a great way to stay active in the cold winter months? Sign up for one of our women’s volleyball leagues! The start of the 2016 Women’s Volleyball Leagues is closer than you think. Don’t be left out! Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Competitive

Thurs. Evenings

Dec. 27

Jan. 12

8

$225/ Team $38/Free Agent Fairgrounds

*Includes Double Headers followed by Double Elimination Tournament Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Recreational

Thurs. Evenings

Dec. 27

Jan. 12

8

$225/ Team $38/Free Agent Fairgrounds

*Includes Double Headers followed by Double Elimination Tournament

Pickleball

Join the hottest sport sweeping the nation. Part tennis, part Ping Pong and a whole lot of fun on a badminton court. It is great for racket sport enthusiasts, but limits the amount of required mobility to play the game. For both the young and Young at Heart for all to help stay in shape. Very easy to learn and safe to play. Session 1 Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

Beginner – 2.5

Friday Evenings

Jan. 4

Jan. 6

6

$15

Fairgrounds

*Equipment available to check out Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

3.0 – 3.5

Friday Evenings

Jan. 4

Jan. 6

6

$15

Fairgrounds

*Equipment available to check out


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Session 2 Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

Beginner – 2.5

Friday Evenings

March 1

March 3

6

$15

Fairgrounds

*Equipment available to check out Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Weeks

Fee

Location

3.0 – 3.5

Friday Evenings

March 1

March 3

6

$15

Fairgrounds

*Equipment available to check out

Co-ed Soccer

This is the perfect league for all adults in our area. 6 v 6 Grass Soccer on a short sided field using futsal rules makes the game fast and exciting for players and spectators. Put the cold of winter behind you and get out and play. Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Competitive

Monday Evenings

March 1

March 15

Games 8

Fee

Location

$200/ Team $35/Free Agent

Jeanie Stevens Park

*Regular season followed by a Single Elimination Tournament **Managers meeting March 16, 6 p.m. @ Rec. Office Division

Days and Time

Deadline

Start

Games

Fee

Location

Recreational

Monday Evenings

March 1

March 15

8

$200/ Team $35/Free Agent

Jeanie Stevens Park

*Regular season followed by a Single Elimination Tournament **Managers meeting March 16, 6 pm @ Rec. Office

Senior Center Activities

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The BRV Senior Center is a vital part of our community. As the senior population increases in numbers, as well as in diversity, senior centers continue to grow, adapt and change to stay in step. We offer the following services to help older adults maintain their independence as active participants in our community:

-Meals at the Center

-Home Delivered Meals

-Education and Training

- Health Insurance Counseling

-Physical Fitness & Exercise

-Recreation

Pickleball Clinic

A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Perfect way to exercise for those with limited mobility making it a multi-generational sport. Age All Ages

Day Every Tuesday

Time 2:30 pm

Fee FREE

Location Fairgrounds


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Bingo

Come visit with your friends while you enjoy playing bingo. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ 1st Wednesday 12:30 pm FREE Senior Center

Foot Clinic

By appointment only. Pedicure and care for feet, (application of lotion) including nails clipped by registered RN. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ 3rd Wednesdays 12:30 pm $10 Senior Center

Free Lunch Day

Free Lunch for all our seniors brought to you by local businesses. Age Day Time Fee Location Sponsor Seniors 60+ 2nd Wednesdays Noon FREE Senior Center Bear River Valley Care Center Seniors 60+ 3rd Thursday Noon FREE Senior Center Rudd Funeral Home

Movie Day

Movies, in house, in the multi purpose room. Includes water and popcorn. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ 2nd Tuesday 12:30 pm FREE Senior Center

Integrity Game Day

Sponsored by Integrity Home Care. Fun with games such as Jeopardy and others. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ 2nd Wednesday 12:30 pm FREE Senior Center

Card Making

Join us for fun card making in the Craft Room. Limit 4 cards. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ 3rd Wednesday 10:00 FREE Senior Center

IHC Blood Pressure

Volunteer from the BR Hospital will take your blood pressure for no charge. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ 1st & 3rd Tuesday 11 am .25¢ Senior Center

Halloween Costume Party

Costumes judged by creativity and originality. All seniors are encouraged to join in a party which includes games. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ Oct. 31 11 am FREE Senior Center

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Thanksgiving Dinner for the Seniors. Includes Turkey, Gravy, Rolls, Stuffing, Yams, Cranberry Salad and a Pumpkin Desert. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ Nov. 18 Noon FREE Senior Center *RSVP Required by Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Christmas Wrapping

Mary from Community Nursing Services will be here to help you wrap your holiday gifts. Gifts must be boxed and ready to be wrapped. Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Seniors 60+

Dec. 13

11 am

FREE

Senior Center

Christmas Dinner

Christmas Dinner for the Seniors. Includes Bavarian Ham, Potato Bake, Cinnamon Apple Salad, Green Beans, Rolls, and caramel apple cake. Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Seniors 60+

Dec. 16

Noon

FREE

Senior Center

*RSVP Required by Wednesday, Dec. 14.

White Elephant Christmas Party

Bring a wrapped white elephant gift and be ready to have some fun. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ Dec. 21 11:30 am FREE Senior Center

Arm Chair Travel Day

3 to 4 Countries represented by volunteers who have visited. Seniors can see a presentation and learn about other countries and customs. Age Day Time Fee Location Seniors 60+ Jan. 24 11 am FREE Senior Center

Valentine’s Activity

Friends and sweethearts Picture Booth. Bring a thumb drive for copies of your photos. We will print hard copies at the center at no charge. Age

Day

Time

Fee

Location

Seniors 60+

Feb. 14

TBA

FREE

Senior Center

Health Fair

Health Care and other agencies gather together to inform and educate seniors and their caregivers on current services provided. Age

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Seniors 60+

Wednesday

March 29 10:30-2 pm

Location FREE Senior Center


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Calendar of Events

Winter/Spring 2016-17

All Fall/Winter Program Registrations Are OPEN! OCTOBER

28 - Bear River Chamber Trick-or-Treat Day 4-6 pm at Midland Square 31 - Halloween

NOVEMBER

1 - Open Gym Sports Night Begins Tuesday nights from 7-9 pm, Fairgrounds 1 - Jr. Jazz Registration Deadline Instructional & Developmental 8 - Election Day - Get Out & Vote! 11 - Veteran’s Day - Thank a Veteran 12 - Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run 9:15 am at Food Pantry Parking Lot 12 - International Games Day, Tremonton Library 18 - Thanksgiving Craft Day, Tremonton Library 23 - Tremonton Lights at 5:30 pm nightly Food Pantry Parking Lot 24 - Thanksgiving

DECEMBER

1 - Jr. Jazz Registration Deadline Tournament Leagues 3 - Holiday Extravaganza 3 - Jr. Jazz Basketball Begins Instructional & Developmental 9-10 - Cowboy Christmas, Fairgrounds 12 - The Grinch Night 6-8 pm, Tremonton Library 14 - Live Draft, Fairgrounds 6-8 Grade Girls at 6 pm 9-12 Grade Co-ed at 8 pm 15 - Live Draft, Fairgrounds 5-6 Grade Boys 6 pm 7-8 Grade Boys 8 pm 25 - Christmas 27 - Women’s Volleyball Registration Deadline

JANUARY

1 - New Year’s Day 2 - Tremonton Light Display Ends 5 - Women’s Volleyball Managers Meeting 5:30 pm, Tremonton Recreation Office 6 - Youth Bowling Registration Ends 6 - Pickleball League - 1st Session Begins 7 - Jr. Jazz Basketball Games Start Tournament Leagues 10 - Youth Bowling Begins 12 - Women’s Volleyball Starts 14 - Tremonton Family Night with the Utah Jazz Tickets at Tremonton City Office 26 - Utah Jazz Fun Shot Competition 27 - Fairy Tea Party, Tremonton Library 30 - Youth Karate Registration Ends

FEBRUARY

1 - Youth Karate Starts 4 - Daddy/Daughter Dance, 6-8 pm, Fairgrounds 11 - Pickleball Tournament 17 - Pickleball League - 2nd Session Begins 24 - Constructing Party, Tremonton Library 28 - Jr. Jazz Sportsmanship Games, Fairgrounds

MARCH

1 - Youth Soccer Registration Ends 1 - Adult Soccer Registration Ends 2 - Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration, Tremonton Library 4 - Jr. Jazz Championship Games 5-11 - Teen Tech Week, Tremonton Library 16 - Adult Soccer Manager Meeting 5:15 pm, Tremonton Recreation Office 16 - Live Draft, 6 pm, Jeanie Stevens Park 6-8 Grade Soccer 17 - Live Draft, 5:30 pm, Jeanie Stevens Park 4-5 Grade Soccer 17 - St. Patrick’s Day Craft, Tremonton Library 30 - Youth Soccer Starts

All Program registrations are held at the Tremonton City Office 102 South Tremont St., Tremonton 435-257-9485 All dates are current at time of print and are subject to change


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16-17 Winter/Spring Program Guide  

Tremonton City Winter Spring 16-17' Programs and events.